01 February

When Pedro Martin Ureta’s wife asked him if they could plant a guitar-shaped field in their farm in Argentina, he laughed it off as a joke. But her sudden death a short time later left him heartbroken, and he decided to undertake the project in her memory. Today, the completed field stands as a tribute […]

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01 February

You may think that not getting enough sleep will just make you incredibly tired and a little irritable, but it goes beyond that. It can lead to health problems such as heart disease, weight gain, diabetes, and memory loss. Most adults have incredibly busy lives. From trying to raise a family to working a full-time […]

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01 February

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Or Not In today’s world, many misconceptions have been perpetuated—becoming modern day “facts”—when, in reality, myths and hearsay have taken over. Sorry to burst your bubble, but in this weekly column, Ripley’s puts those delusions to the test, turning your world upside down, because you can’t always…Believe It! […]

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01 February

This Company Makes Slippers That Look Exactly Like People’s Pets …and they are so realistic that pets get jealous. The company behind these weird custom realistic slippers, Cuddle Clones, charges a princely sum of $199 and makes pet owners wait for 8 weeks to get the product, still some pet owners think it’s worth it and the […]

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01 February

That Moment When… CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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31 January

Currency has been a constant in the world for most of recorded history, but it is always changing. From food and shells to e-currency, it’s all about trade. If Mark has it and John wants it, virtually anything can be used for barter. A hard day’s work used to be traded for a hot meal […]

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31 January

Usually characterized by high ceilings, masterful sculptures, prestigious stonework, and dashing interiors, churches are often regarded as works of art, transcending their initial purpose. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that they sometimes get stripped of their religious role and become buildings intended for secular use, housing various institutions, concert venues or private residences. On […]

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31 January

As a new biopic about Laurel and Hardy is about to open, Stan Laurel’s name has been back in the news. It’s not because of his work, either; it’s because of his mother. More accurately, it’s because of the state of his mother’s grave. Margaret “Madge” Metcalfe Jefferson was born in 1860 or ’61, depending […]

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31 January

The discovery and exploitation of oil reserves in the Middle East have fundamentally shaped the region, operating as a key driver of many of the events that have characterized this part of the world over the past century. This story of Middle Eastern oil is often presented from the perspective of faceless multinationals; a history […]

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31 January

In roughly 60 percent of two-parent households with children under the age of 18, both parents work full time. But who takes time off work when the kids are sick in your house? And if you are a manager, how do you react when a man says he needs time to take his baby to […]

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